Time for a new favourite chair?
Shouldn’t everyone have a quality chair at home they love relaxing into?
Many adults in the UK spend more than seven hours a day sitting or lying while awake, and this typically rises with age to 10 hours or more. TV viewing also increases in the older population, with the latest TV Licensing figures revealing over 65s in the UK watch, on average, 40 hours of TV a week.
Although many of us may be more active than this, it’s still likely that you spend a few hours a day sat down at home. That’s why it’s so important that you have a chair that offers you exceptional comfort and support, and which you literally enjoy relaxing into.
Yet if you look at what big retailers on the high street offer, you’ll find that the prices of their chairs are often inflated because of hidden costs (expensive showrooms and advertising), quality does not reach good old-fashioned standards, and the look of a lot of chairs just aren’t that stylish.
You can have a chair that offers comfort, quality and style, at the right price.
Thankfully, in the heart of West Yorkshire, there’s a comfort revolution taking place to address these issues. At The Comfort Factory, skilled craftsmen are building modern and traditional armchairs, electric and manual recliners and footstools to the highest standards.
On top of this, the family-run business is determined to keep prices as low as possible, which means no expensive showrooms or advertising. Plus, The Comfort Factory also prides itself on a friendly and personal customer service that gets things done, as quickly as possible (there’s no huge call centre, situated off-site, for this team).
So if you’re looking for superior pieces of furniture that deliver optimum comfort and style, and are manufactured with proper Yorkshire honesty, think a little differently. Avoid the trap of flashy high street retailers and join this comfort revolution.
Visit The Comfort Factory’s website at thecomfortfactory.co.uk or give them a call on 01535 272957 to discuss your needs.
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